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  • Street Fighter IV (快打傳説 KuàiDǎ ChuánShuō) is a Famicom game made by Hummer Team and published by Gouder Co. in 1993. Aside from having Street Fighter in the title, it is a practically original fighting game and should not be confused for the official game released by Capcom.
  • STREET FIYTAH FO SON *
  • The North American, European, and Japanese releases were available in Standard packaging and in a Collector's Edition variant. The Collector's Edition was available only to the console versions of the game, and came with a figurine (Crimson Viper for Xbox 360 owners; Ryu for PS3 owners), the animated short called The Ties That Bind, game soundtrack, and a Prima hint guide with illustrations by UDON.
  • Please leave this page in place for future content and Steamification BrentNewland (talk) 06:31, December 13, 2013 (UTC)
  • The coin-operated arcade game was released in Japan on July 18, 2008, with North American arcades importing the machines by August. The console versions for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 were released in Japan on February 12, 2009, and were sold in North American stores as early as February 16, with a February 18 intended release date. The official European release was on February 20. A Windows version was released on July 2, 2009 in Japan, July 3, 2009 in Europe and July 7, 2009 in the US. A version for iOS was released on March 10, 2010. By March 31, 2009, Street Fighter IV had sold over 3 million copies worldwide. An updated version, Super Street Fighter IV, was released as a standalone title in April 2010.
  • Street Fighter IV is the sixth series in the Street Fighter franchise (counting the sole original, and the Alpha and EX games). It consist of two games so far: the "adjective-less" Street Fighter IV and Super Street Fighter IV. The namesake game, Street Fighter IV, was announced in late 2007, and the game was released in 2008 for Arcades and in early 2009 for home consoles. Having been almost 11 years since the last numerical title's initial announcement, very few fans saw this coming, and jokes are still making the rounds about Hell's temperature having dropped to -3º Kelvin.
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Console
  • Famicom
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Date
  • 1993
Producer
  • Yoshinori Ono
Sound
Name
  • Street Fighter IV
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Caption
  • Street Fighter IV's title screen
  • Poster for the arcade version of Street Fighter IV, depicting Ryu on the background, and the four new characters within the roman numeral "IV."
CPU
  • Celeron D 352
  • Intel Core 2 Duo E6400 or
  • Pentium 4 651 or
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Display
  • 720
imagewidth
  • 250
Title
  • Street Fighter IV
Input
Cabinet
  • Sit-down
Alt
  • The Legend
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Released
  • Arcade
  • --02-12
  • --07-18
  • iPhone/iPod Touch
Engine
Developer
Arcade system
Publisher
Designer
  • Daigo Ikeno
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  • Street Fighter IV (快打傳説 KuàiDǎ ChuánShuō) is a Famicom game made by Hummer Team and published by Gouder Co. in 1993. Aside from having Street Fighter in the title, it is a practically original fighting game and should not be confused for the official game released by Capcom.
  • STREET FIYTAH FO SON *
  • The coin-operated arcade game was released in Japan on July 18, 2008, with North American arcades importing the machines by August. The console versions for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 were released in Japan on February 12, 2009, and were sold in North American stores as early as February 16, with a February 18 intended release date. The official European release was on February 20. A Windows version was released on July 2, 2009 in Japan, July 3, 2009 in Europe and July 7, 2009 in the US. A version for iOS was released on March 10, 2010. By March 31, 2009, Street Fighter IV had sold over 3 million copies worldwide. An updated version, Super Street Fighter IV, was released as a standalone title in April 2010. Street Fighter IV has sold 3.1 million units by March 2011. Super Street Fighter IV has sold 1.8 million units, in addition to 400,000 of the Arcade Edition, by December 2011. Super Street Fighter IV: 3D Edition sold an additional 1 million copies by April 2011, and 1.1 million as of December 2011. This adds up to sales of 6.4 million copies in total.
  • Street Fighter IV is the sixth series in the Street Fighter franchise (counting the sole original, and the Alpha and EX games). It consist of two games so far: the "adjective-less" Street Fighter IV and Super Street Fighter IV. The namesake game, Street Fighter IV, was announced in late 2007, and the game was released in 2008 for Arcades and in early 2009 for home consoles. Having been almost 11 years since the last numerical title's initial announcement, very few fans saw this coming, and jokes are still making the rounds about Hell's temperature having dropped to -3º Kelvin. The title is 3D in graphic style, but continues the traditional staple of playing on a 2D frame. The producer Yoshinori Ono notes in interviews that he kept the game closer in style to II than its sequels. The original twelve characters from the original Street Fighter II and Akuma returned, along with six new warriors: American spy Crimson Viper, French martial artist Abel, Mexican luchador El Fuerte, American Acrofatic Rufus, Ryu and Ken's master and Akuma's brother Gouken, and the Big Bad Seth. The home console versions additionally included more returning characters from Super Street Fighter II (Cammy and Fei-Long) and Alpha, (namely Gen, Dan, Sakura, and Rose) along with the bosses being made playable. Gouken, Ryu and Ken's mysterious master, finally appears on-screen for the first time in the series. In April 24, 2009, Capcom released an update for the game known as the "Power Pack" (a.k.a. the Champion Edition patch), which introduced the ability to save and upload replays to the X Box Live or Playstation Network leaderboards, and a brand-new online-exclusive "Championship Mode", which allows players to participate in tournament battles. In September 28, 2009, Capcom announced an update called Super Street Fighter IV (formerly Street Fighter IV Dash). The updated game features ten additional characters: T. Hawk and Dee Jay (from Super Street Fighter II, completing the Super Street Fighter II Turbo roster), Adon (from the original Street Fighter but based on his Street Fighter Alpha incarnation). Cody and Guy (from Final Fight, and also based on their Alpha appearances), Dudley, Ibuki, and Makoto (from the Street Fighter III series), and two new characters: Juri, a South Korean Taekwondo practitioner who works for S.I.N.; and Hakan, a red-skinned Turkish corporate heavyweight who specializes in yağlı güreş or "Turkish oil wrestling". The gameplay and character balance has also been tweaked. It was released as a standalone title for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in late April 2010 as well as for Japanese arcades later, during the summer. The console release comes at a lower price than its predecessor, and there was a promise of "special features" for those who own the original Street Fighter IV. The "special features" turned out to be two alternate colors; a "heavy ink outline" color and a "sketch" color pattern both based on each characters' default color. In addition, a port to the Nintendo 3DS titled Super Street Fighter IV: 3D Edition was released at the same time as the system; it contains the same roster as the console version of Super in addition to several features that take advantage of many of the device's new features. Another port, this time to iOS, was released in March 2010, featuring a reduced character list which grew steadily with several updates, as well as a simplified control system that removed the light/medium/heavy attacks, replacing them with a four button system of punch, kick, focus and special. A followup named Street Fighter IV Volt was released in June 2011, further expanding the character roster and adding online play over Wi-fi. An arcade version of the game, aptly named Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition, was released in late 2010; it features several balance tweaks and four new characters: brothers Yang and Yun from Street Fighter III (who originally cameoed in a animated cutscene for the original release), Evil Ryu, and Oni. These four characters -- plus numerous new features -- have been released as a DLC update for the console version on June 7, 2011. A PC version of AE was released in 2011; as the PC did not get a regular release of Super, it marks the first time PC gamers will be able to get their hands on all of the new fighters. Another update titled Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition Ver. 2012 was released as a free downloadable patch on December 13, 2011.
  • The North American, European, and Japanese releases were available in Standard packaging and in a Collector's Edition variant. The Collector's Edition was available only to the console versions of the game, and came with a figurine (Crimson Viper for Xbox 360 owners; Ryu for PS3 owners), the animated short called The Ties That Bind, game soundtrack, and a Prima hint guide with illustrations by UDON.
  • Please leave this page in place for future content and Steamification BrentNewland (talk) 06:31, December 13, 2013 (UTC)